3 August 2020
Our goal has been to open the season according to plan, but our most important focus is of course the health and safety of our audience and staff. Since the Swedish government’s prohibition against public gatherings with over 50 people is still in place, the Göteborg Opera’s owner (Region Västra Götaland), board of directors and CEO have decided to cancel all public events until the situation is considered less serious. Currently this applies for performances scheduled during August and September 2020, to the Main and Small stages and the foyer in Gothenburg, our stage in Skövde and tours.
If you have purchased tickets to one of the cancelled performances, you will be contacted by our box office staff as quickly as possible – usually via email.
2 June 2020
We have noticed bluff Facebook events published by third-parties claiming to be ”live streams” of our cancelled performances. If you see an event which isn’t published on our own official Facebook pages, we advise against clicking on the links connected to these “events”.
20 May 2020
Are you between 13 and 21 years of age? Do you want to create a dance performance this summer? Or do you want to work on the technical aspects of a theatre production with professional stage technicians?
19 May 2020
Each year we present the upcoming season at an event, creating a show filled with music, dance and joyful excitement. This year we present glimpses of the season, but not as we usually do. Enjoy!
19 May 2020
Dance with your baby child, sing with the Göteborg Opera’s Children’s Chorus, enjoy stories and songs, and follow curious Rakel through the huge opera house. Our digital Family Foyer is the perfect place to experience culture with your child – whenever and wherever you want to.
Premiere 23 May at 9am.
14 April 2020
To help today’s dancers stay injury-free, Liselott Berg, Administrative Manager GöteborgsOperans Danskompani and Katrín Hall, Artistic Director, have initiated a project entitled ‘The Sustainable Dancer’. The aim of the project is to create a sustainable life, both during and after the dance careers.
The idea is to promote a holistic view of dancers; to reduce injuries while strengthening dancers mentally – in short, to help maintain the high quality their profession demands while also staying healthy.
29 March 2020
Opera favourites like Don Giovanni, La bohème and Nabucco as well as rare experiences like Wagner’s Siegfried and the newly written Mythomania. Big show numbers in the gripping musical Cabaret. Fascinating dance creations by several of Scandinavia’s foremost choreographers. And concerts that cross genres and orchestras.